Concerts and catwalks return to Venezuela, but only for those with cash

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By Vivian Sequera and Mayela Armas CARACAS (Reuters) – Venezuelan pop and reggaeton fans able to pay the equivalent of the country’s monthly minimum wage for a concert ticket are filling venues for the first time in over seven years to see their favorite national and international artists. A partial easing of economic woes in the country, which remains marked by extreme inequalities, has encouraged the return of music events in Caracas and other cities. Since March, singers such as the Dominican Republic’s Natti Natasha, the Colombian band Morat and vocal group Il Divo have performed in venues…

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